In the district of Tübingen, a cut-off hour all apply starting Saturday, 24th October. This means that restaurants, petrol stations, supermarkets and kiosks will no longer be allowed to serve or sell alcohol from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. the following morning. “This applies on all days of the week,” the Tübingen District Office stated in a press release. In a directive, the Ministry of Social Affairs of Baden-Württemberg imposed the curfew in all districts in which more than 50 people per 100,000 residents have become newly infected with the coronavirus in the past seven days. In the district of Tübingen, the current figure is well above this limit. The curfew regulation is valid until Monday, 9th of November. It can only be lifted prior to this date, if less than 50 out of the 100,000 inhabitants of the district become infected with the virus within a week.
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